Development News Archive

  • Google Wave is dead, long live Wave.

    Google Wave is dead, long live Wave.

    Unfortunately a black cloud has emerged over the wavy Ocean. Most of you will have heared about in the last days, Google kills his arousing Google Wave project. This is a very sad fact and might really degrade the wave to a ripple, at least in respect of it’s popularity and the development speed of [...]

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  • Beta-Robot supporting wave attachments pulished

    Beta-Robot supporting wave attachments pulished

    As Google has announced many changes and new features at this years I/O, we are currently overworking our robots. Especially the new Attachmend-API greatly simplifies the up- and download of sequences. If you want to have a look at how SynBioWave makes use of this, just try testing our Beta-Robot (synbiowave-beta@appspot.com) instead of the normal [...]

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  • Bugfix: Convert to sequence.

    Bugfix: Convert to sequence.

    Today we fixed a small problem regarding the convert to sequence function, which had some problems working on deeper nested blips. As the children context of the event not providing enough data, we had to adapt the amount of the events associated data.  Now the function works without difficulties with every nesting depth.

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  • Porting SynBioWave to Googles APIv2

    Porting SynBioWave to Googles APIv2

    As Google has introduced its new APIv2 and is going to break backwards compatibility to version 1 soon, we are working hard to port SynBioWave to the new API. We have rewritten most of the code of the SynBioWave-Robot, and we were able to implement several major improvements using new possibilities of the APIv2: Menu-events [...]

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